Rogers Lehew

O’Leary: Rogers Lehew helped to shape the Stamps

At the last Calgary Stampeders game, Rogers Lehew’s legacy was woven into McMahon Stadium. The Stampeders’ logo was affixed on the helmets of the players, who braved the elements of a chilly Nov. 10, 2019 day against the Winnipeg Blue Bombers, looking for a chance to play in the Western Final. When Reggie Begelton slipped around a pack of Bombers’ defenders late in the second half for a touchdown, the crowd at McMahon erupted and Quick Six, the white horse that hangs out near the Stamps’ bench, raced up and down the sideline.
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Stampeders Mourn Death Of Rogers Lehew

It is with great sadness the Calgary Stampeders learn of the death on Tuesday of former general manager Rogers Lehew. Added to the Stampeders Wall of Fame in 2004, Lehew was 92. An alumnus of the University of Tulsa, Lehew came to Calgary in 1960 and served as a Stampeders...
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Former Calgary Stampeders GM Rogers Lehew dies at age 92

CALGARY -- Former Calgary Stampeders general manager Rogers Lehew, who guided the team to three Grey Cup games, has died. After four years as an assistant coach, Lehew became the Stamps' GM in 1965 and held the post for nine years. Calgary made trips to three Grey Cup games under Lehew and won the CFL title in 1971.